Why is Canada so fluorescent?
A lot of it is because of the use of fluorescent light sources for building and interior lighting.
There are more than 40 different fluorescent light manufacturers in Canada and in some parts of the country, they use all sorts of fluorescent lighting to produce lighting.
For example, the Ontario government has set a goal of halving the use the use and emissions of mercury and other hazardous gases.
In the US, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sets an average daily mercury exposure limit for homes, schools and workplaces.
In Ontario, an average exposure limit is 25 micrograms per cubic metre of air.
Fluorescent light is used for a variety of purposes including in lighting classrooms, homes, offices, warehouses and factories, but the EPA also requires that any source of light use a standard that requires the use or emission of mercury.
Some people use fluorescent light to replace traditional light bulbs in a room, or to make the lights more efficient.
The EPA recommends that any fluorescent light be in a white fluorescent light bulb, white fluorescent lamp, or fluorescent lamp that emits more than 50 per cent of the light it would normally emit.
However, most Canadians prefer fluorescent lights because they provide more than a couple of hours of light.
So, if you’re looking for a source of lighting in your home or office that emits a lot of fluorescent material, this is where you should look.
What to look for in your house: A standard fluorescent light source The CFL bulb is the most common fluorescent light used in Canada.
You can buy CFL bulbs from many of the major suppliers in Canada, and they usually include a light source that can emit at least 20 per cent fluorescent material.
For some brands, they include a range of different kinds of bulbs.
The CFL bulb emits light that can reach up to 200 lumens, which is about 10,000 times brighter than a CFL light bulb.
A standard CFL bulb uses the same type of light source as a standard bulb.
It produces a white light bulb that emits only a little blue light.
The blue light is emitted in a narrow band from a particular spot.
To see how many lumens you can produce using a standard CFL light source for your home, see our list of CFL bulbs.